brewer's yeast

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brewer's yeast:

see yeastyeast,
name applied specifically to a certain group of microscopic fungi and to commercial products consisting of masses of dried yeast cells or of yeast mixed with a starchy material and pressed into yeast cakes.
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Growing use of organic ingredients and adhesives in animal feed continue to aid growth in the brewer's yeast market.
In my case, the honey water fresh from washing the comb was too strong for traditional fermentation, but I still wanted to use brewer's yeast for my mead.
More details at There are also several tutorials on the internet showing how to make a simple Midge Trap with a plastic bottle and some Brewer's Yeast.
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For the past few years, brewer's yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) has been teaching a computer network how to look for new drugs.
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Hair of the dingo--it is a brewer's yeast extract after all.
Mauriello has planned a menu of Pilgrim staples and is using fruits and vegetables harvested from the village gardens, corn meal ground at the Pilgrim Grist Mill -- a Plantation-related attraction -- and brewer's yeast from Mayflower Brewing Co., a Plymouth manufacturer of Mayflower IPA.
Brewer's yeast addition (Y) increased CP content (p<0.01) in relation to C treatment (23.1% vs 21.9%, respectively), which agrees with Hadjipanayiotou (1994), who added 10% of poultry litter or straw in tomato pulp silage and reported greater CP in the poultry littler treatment (23.3%) compared with the control (21.6%) or straw (15.4%) treatments.
The team reports used computer-aided design to build a fully functioning chromosome, which they call synIII, and successfully incorporated it into brewer's yeast, known scientifically as Saccharomyces cerevisiae.